This year’s Busan International Car Show in Korea (May 2 to 12) hosted a variety of beautiful models – and we’re not talking about the usual four-wheel models you see on Carscoop, but for the two-legged models like the ones pictured above. Just so you can get a taste of what you missed out on, we’ve compiled a gallery consisting of more than 40 high-res images featuring some of the babes that “premiered” in Busan. -Images after the jump
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